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Comparisons
Section category: Comparisons

CYP: Physical Health: Comparisons with other areas and over time

The following section presents comparable data on Living Standards with similar local areas and over time. The section is framed around the following topics: Comparisons of communicable disease in other areas and over time Vaccine-preventable disease Sexually transmitted infections Comparisons of non-communicable disease in other areas Obesity Dental health Smoking Alcohol Other substances Reproductive health …

CYP: Best Start in Life: Comparisons in maternal and infant nutrition over time

As described in section 1.3, in 2013/14 virtually all (99.3%) babies born in Hackney and the City of London had their breastfeeding status recorded at birth, which is higher than the London (97%) and national (98%) averages; 92% of these babies were being breastfed, which is again higher than the London (88%) and national (76%) …

CYP: Best Start in Life: Comparisons of teenage mothers in other areas and over time

In 2013, the rate of births to those aged 15-17 years in Hackney and the City was not statistically significantly different from London, England or any of Hackney’s statistical peers (Figure 17). Source: Children and Young People’s Health Benchmarking Tool There is some indication that the rate of births to those under 18 has decreased …

CYP: Best Start in Life: Comparisons of birth rates in other areas and over time

Figure 11 shows that Hackney’s crude fertility rate (CFR) is higher than the London and England rates and among the highest of its statistical peers, while City’s rate is lower than London’s and England’s. Source: Office for National Statistics, 2015.  Figure 12 shows that Hackney and the City’s combined CFR was consistently higher than London …

CYP: Best Start in Life: Comparison with other areas and over time

This section compares Hackney and the City with other areas, and examines time trends, for relevant indicators where data are available. For information on smoking during pregnancy, see ‘Lifestyle and behaviour’ JSNA chapter. This section covers the following areas: Birth rates Low birth weight Infant mortality Teenage mothers Antenatal assessments Maternal and infant nutrition

Alcohol-related A&E attendances and hospital admissions

This sub-section presents data on alcohol-related ambulance attendances and hospital admissions, which may be considered to be objective indicators of increasing levels of drinking in the local population. Alcohol-specific conditions are those where alcohol is causally implicated in all cases; for example, alcohol-induced behavioural disorders and alcohol-related liver cirrhosis. Alcohol-related conditions include all alcohol-specific conditions, …

Drinking patterns

The comparisons presented here are of drinking behaviour among adult residents (16+) living in different local authority areas, based on LAPE modelled estimates. These estimates are presented with a high degree of uncertainty as they are experimental data based on hospital admissions, population demographics, deaths related to alcohol and national survey data. Please note: None …